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There are three basic types of leadership models that Olson finds himself using: The General, Shoulder-to-Shoulder, and the Brush Cutter. Which one best describes you? Read more

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Similar to a scorching late summer afternoon, on-the-job stress may be a huge source of heat and discomfort in our lives. Read more

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Are you knowledgeable about the components that make up a truly successful lighting design? Here are six functions to consider that make your lighting design intent more clear and your overall craft leaps-and-bounds better. Read more

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Preset scenes allow the engineer to focus on the subtle changes that will transform a good mix into a great mix. Read more

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As a church TD or volunteer, your time is naturally stretched thin. So you want your daily doings to be worthy pursuits. These tips can help you implement God-honoring habits that actually stick--and make a true difference. Read more

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Technical directors deal with so much more than gear and technical issues. To be a successful TD with a successful team, we must become excellent communicators ... with people. Here's how to build that vital connection. Read more

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Directing the live video stream: It's all about understanding the point of view of the worshipper. Read more

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ADJ Lighting two-day summer ADJ Road Tour event at Soundcheck Nashville to demo latest lighting, audio, and video technologies, with tech sessions on lighting and video control solutions. Read more

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Lighting is about much more than making sure a set is properly lit. It’s about intentionally setting a mood, creating an atmosphere, and transforming a space into something new and captivating. Read more

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Are you making decisions based on a preference to stay in the background? Getting out of our comfort zones is always rewarding, though rarely easy. I know this from personal experience. Read more

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Consider what our eyes and brains do when we’re seeing. They pick something of interest, then examine that something more closely. If you mimic this human trait with your shots, your viewers will be effectively “pulled in” to the experience. Read more

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It's tough to put much time toward training when you're already stretched thin. So oftentimes we wind up short-circuiting the process. Here are common training traps and solutions to help you train up your teams right--and see consistent results. Read more

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If a job well done means the technology works seamlessly with no distractions, why do we get so frustrated when our efforts aren’t acknowledged? Read more

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Anyone can capture great audio for their videos in the comfort and safety of a studio. But what happens when you pack your camera bag and head outside into the big noisy world? Read more

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How to determine when professional help is required -- and why. Read more

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The job you perform is just a temporary one. It should be viewed as a stage in the growing process that God has designed for you. Read more

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Improving your cues and transitions will single handedly transform the way your service operates. Be sure to clarify and practice all your transitions, entrances, lighting cues, camera shots --- every potential moment where elements are changing. Read more

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Audio systems demonstration and instruction planned for Rolling Hills Community Church, Franklin, Tenn., May 30-31, 2019. Read more

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Chances are that you were hired for your technical ability. The challenge is that as your church grows, the skills that got you where you are now, are not the skills that will get you to the next level. Read more

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The scholarship was donated by Sound Productions, a professional audio, video, and lighting retailer and distributor out of Irving, Tex. Read more

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